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damage. myraada stephens, fox45 news aa 5:30. state delegate pat mcdonough is calling for an independent evaluation study of b-g-e services. mcdonough says citizens are frustrated and tired of b-g-ees excuses and laak of information. he says he wants to set up aa audit commission to studyythe preparedness and post storm services of b-g-e and pepco. "i have prepared letter for the public service commission they ffil to support tte dea tten i will pre-file legislation for the next's session of the generrl mcdonough says setting uu this audit performance commission will help answer joining us now is rob gould . spokesman foo b-g-e. how would you respond to the call for an independent commission to investigate your response? where are the remaining trouble spptsare you till confident that everyone will the weekend?ine for the end oo - 3 & the hunt is on for a thief in anne arundel county...taking advantage of the power outages. joan sames lost power at her home in edggwater friday... and didn't have it for several days.the temperature in her home soared to he 90'sswe
and was in violation of april warrant. no one was injured during the chase. delegate pat mcdonough began working to defeat the dream act, a piece of legislation that would allow children of illegal immigrants to receive in-state tuition as long as their parents pay maryland taxes. umbc president believes that it would benefit maryland, but mcdonough believes it would be a bad move. >> it would cost hundreds of millions of dollars in three or four years and we don't have that money. no. 2, they will displace the lives of young people by taking slots they don't deserve because they are here illegally. >> the dream act will appear on ballots in november so voters can decide on the issue. artscape is officially underway bit more than 300,000 people are expected in baltimore this week and for america's largest free arts festival. rob roblin is in the thick of it at the arts and entertainment district with an update on all of the excitement. what is going on down there? >> you can smell the food already. artists have been setting up all morning. the audio was working real well on the stage right here.
. good morning, jen. >> good morning. on thursday, delegate pat mcdonough kicked off a tour, working to defeat in-state tuition. on wednesday, umbc president dr. freeman hrabowski says he sees the benefit for all students. parents who pay maryland taxes will be charged in-state tuition rates, but delegate pat mcdonough says it's a bad move. >> it's going to cost hundreds of millions of dollars in about three or fours years. frankly, we don't have that money. number two, they're going to displace a lot of young people taking slots that they don't deserve because they're not here legally. >> but supporters of the dream act say it will pay off in the long run, and we'll have more on that for you coming up live at 6:30. stan, back to you. >> thank you very much. police arrest a man after he leads police on a pursuit from baltimore city into anne arundel county. we covered this live last night at 5:00 p.m. police say they tried to stop 26-year-old darryl watson jr. for a seat belt violation. it started in the 1800 block of druid hill avenue yesterday evening, but he took off. that led pol
morning. on thursday, delegate pat mcdonough kicked off a statewide tour, working to defeat tuition for illegal immigrants. freeman hrabowski says he does see a benefit for all students. students who pay maryland taxes will be charged in-state tuition rates. delegate pat mcdonough says it's a bad move. >> it's going to cost hundreds of millions of dollars in about three or four years. frankly, we don't have that money. number two, they're going to displace a lot of young people taking slots that they don't deserve because they're not here legally. >> but supporters of the dream act say it will pay off in the long run, and we're going to have more on that coming up live at 5:30. >> thank you, jen. police arrest a man after he leads police on a pursuit from baltimore city into anne arundel county. police tried to stop 26-year-old darryl watson jr. for a seat belt violation on druid hill avenue yesterday evening. but he took off, leading police on a pursuit to the edge of baltimore city, where they called off the chase. sky team followed the car on to route 100. the car andilted on to
>>> this morning the mcdonough school community is remembering one of their own after a deadly crash. an investigation -- a look into the investigation of the teen's death. >>> the feds bust a prostitution ring run out of a south baltimore warehouse. >>> a new report on joe paterno's involvement in the penn state sex abuse scandal set to be released tomorrow. what his family is saying this morning about that report. but we begin this wednesday morning, new video overnight from d.c. severe flooding in the area in the northwest part of the city. water and in some places raw sewage stood several inches deep. heavy rains overwhelmed the sewage drains. more than a dozen row homes saw their basements completely flooded out. fire crews had to be call inside to pump out that waste water. an official estimate of that damage could come later on this wednesday, july 11th. good morning, maryland, i'm charley crowson. megan is off today. we tbin this morning with a check of your forecast with meteorologist lynette charles. >> good morning, charley. good morning, everyone. we look at the h
at the mcdonough school. he spoke with wjz last summer about his business making art from duct tape. those close to him said his dedication was inspireing. >> all the guys knew he was going to be there. he was the quiet leader by example. >> reporter: now the pool feels empty, for the first time alex not. >> reporter: alex has been swimming since he was six years old. both of his parents and his two brothers are also swimmers. reporting life, megan mccorcal, wjz. >> in lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations to swim america. >>> coach joe paterno defends his football legacy from beyond the grave. pennsylvania to know writes that his abuse of boys should not tarnish penn state's reputation or take -- that jerry sandusky's abuse of boys should not detract from the school's football history history. the report will be released tomorrow at 9 a.m. >>> city and county leaders had tough questions for local utility companies after the storms left thousands without power for a week or longer. monique has more on what customers want changed. >> reporter: heavy rain and hurricane-like win
asia continues to experience the most attacks. >>> governor mcdonough is weighing in on new calls to ban chick filet restaurants. they have come under fire after the president publicly said the company doesn't support gay marriage based on its religious principles. >> i love chicken. if we start having governments issue permits or issue zoning changes or withholding those because of someone's political or relem outbeliefs, we're going down a very, very bad road and i think people have an ability to start a business and grow a business, regardless of their political bullies. >> the comments from chick filet's president prompted criticism nationwide. the mayors of san francisco, chicago, and boston publicly said the restaurant is no longer welcome in their cities. and vincent gray would not endorse the expansion of chick filet in the decision. >>> a coalition of pastors is taking a strong stance against gay marriage. the nationwide effort calls for black vohis position on president obama. >> the president is in the white house because of the civil rights movement. i was a leader and
owings mills home.coogarea was an incoming senior at thh mcdonough school... where his teachers called him a 'quiit leader.' erik posegay, swim coach: "you can't replace an alec cosgarra...because of all the positive qualities that e brought. he was more than just the times. we're gonna miss his enthusiasm day in and day o" out."cosgarea's funeral will be held this aturday morning at 10 o'clock... at the cathhdral of mary our queen on more speed cameras are coming to baltimore county. county.starting today... four locations in the county will have new speed cameras... with a ifth still penning approval. and it doesn't end there. county officials lso have 5 more locations for áfutureá speed cameras... brinninggthe total number to 22. the speed cameras will target drivers goinn 12-mmles per hour over the limit. ddivers will be issued warniigs the first 30-ddys... gas prices are rising again after a big decline in the past few weeks. the pational average is now 3-37 a gallon. that's 26-cents less than it was a year ago. consumers are noticing that e, - fuel surcharggs hav
neer his owings mills home.cosgarea was aa incoming senior at the mcdonough school, where hissteachers erik posegay, swim coach: "you can't replace an alec cosgarea...because of all the pooitive qualities hat hee brrught. he was more than just the times. we're gonna miss his enthusiasm day n and day o" out."cosgareaas unneal is phis saturday morning at 10 mary our queennon north of - charlls street. as clean-up continuesfrom haa devistatingstorm...b.g.ee customers...arr now wondering how theyyll be impacttd.john rydell tells us...many ratepayerss..maywind up paying less...john... jennifer... many pussomers...had nopower...for up to a week. and of course... that meant.....noaar &pconditioning... no t.v...and no computers. and soo..thhse cuutomers... next month. buu &pb.g.e...says...many ratepayees...wwll alsosee... another reduction. it's the "distribution" charge...added...toeveryone's maryland's publlcservice customer...went... without power.... the greater...tte creddt...on &thei. (gouud) "so any of the 744,000 customers that were out of hours, they would ee the - cchrge
... from... asking about... citizenship... status..../ delegate... pat mcdonough ... áblastsá... the policy... which ...he says ...will make baltimore... a... "magnet".. for illegals. "iq: this is her policy, she's not joking around... oq: why isnt she advocating for them." them." 3 the mayor... declined to 3 comment..../ some maryland lawmakersmay have to postpone their vacations.governor o'malley has formally announced plansfor a special session nextmonth...to consider a gambling bill.john rydell has more fromthe state house on what lawmakers will be debating... debaaing... (rydell) "in less than two weeks, lawmakers will return to the state house fore the third time this year, this time, it's to debate the bill to expand gambling, an issue that still sharply divides lawmakers.""on august 9th, we session to resolve this issue now."governor o'malley outlines his goals...for the next special session. his bill woold expand gambling to "live" table games like black- jack... and poker.but...it also calls forbuilding another casino...
and dmocrats. and who are these people? well, people like dennis mcdonough, who's now the deputy national secury adviser, who has been over the last three years the guy who sees through out the administration what obama wants, obama gets. ben rose, the speechwriter wordsmith for the administration whose job it is to figure out obama's message. some and the power who jokingly calls herself the conscience mascot. she's in charge, has been the main person for human-rights, multilateralism, and then i would include someone who did in fact served in the clinton administration but was younger than most others. she served under clinton and was fer obama all the way through the bitter primaries of 07 and 08. just as a mix sample of the kind of generational tensions from day to day, i'm going to read a couple passages for you, but this is in 2,009 within a couple of months after obama takes office and he's decided he wants to give a major speech to the muslim world in cairo and it is up to been rhodes to draft the speech. the director of national intelligence visited him seeking to offer his thoug
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-old swimmer from mcdonough high school died in a single-car crash we profiled. alec cosgarea died a year ago. he was selling items made out of duct tape for a project. the owens mills teen died monday night. according to a police report, his car struck a tree on greenspring avenue. police say speed may have been a factor in the accident. he was a varsity swimmer and also a young entrepreneur. >>> every 15 minutes someone in the u.s. commits suicide. sometimes it's the result of being bullied. baltimore ravens running back ray rice is now working to stop that epidemic. he's launching an event friday combating bullying. abc 2 news' sherree johnson is here with more of what's going on. this is an effort this running back has taken on for quite some time, sherree. >>reporter: he wants to put tn end to it. coming up on friday ray rice is launching a ray of hope. it's a pro-kindness, anti- bullying teen suicide outreach program. the goal is to bring the problem of bullying. the recent death of a howard high school student grace nakomis. she committed suicide after she was bullied on social media
the driver. >>> while the mcdonough community is mourning the death of one of its own, 17-year-old diver died in a single car crash. we profiled him last year. he was actually selling items he made out of duct tape for an art project. he died last night. look at these pictures. according to police his car struck a tree on green spring avenue. he spun out of scroll went off the road. police say that speed may have been a factor. the rising senior was a tree- year varsity swimmer and a conference champion. >>> overaall good report card for maryland school children. the school a sessionment results came back today. it showed that reading and math scores rose slightly. middle schools got a mixed result. the reading rate dropped but the math scores improved. they did better in math than reading. the first score still behind the rest of the state. something city school ceo says parents can help change. >>> i think parents need to go to the schools and understand how they perform. they will see most of the schools made their ncop target. >> there's hope with new construction that will actually help
is here with more on that remarkable man's young life. >>reporter: the mcdonough community is mourning the death of one of its own after 17-year- old alec cosgarea was kill inside a single car crash. abc 2 news met alec a year ago as he was selling duct tape items out of his business. the teen died monday night. according to police, his 2006 ford fusion hit a tree on green spring avenue about 10:20 p.m. he was heading north above the posted speed limit on green spring avenue approaching highview drive when he spun out of control and went off the road. alec was flown to shock trauma where he later died. the rising singer was a three- year varsity swimmer and a conference champion. besides being an entrepreneur, he was also a member of the north baltimore aquatic club. sheree johnson, abc 2 news. >>> coming up this morning we have the results from the school assessment test. how did the students in our state do and what school ceos want parents to now know. >>> also last week's power outage created something special for one brewery in washington d.c. when you're going to be able to take
morning now for a baltimore county family and the mcdonough community. alec cosgarea died in a single- car crash on green spring avenue on mop. we met alec when he built a business. police say the teen died when his car hit a tree on green spring avenue. he spun out of control, went off the road and police say speed may have been a factor. the rising senior was a three- year varsity swimmer and a conference champion. >>> a fundraiser to help a woman shot in the neck in may is being held this weekend. we introduced you to shawnese singletary last month. while sitting at a traffic light, another car pulled up to her and a man inside shot her, causing her to become paralyzed from the neck down. now she's been moved from a spinal rehab facility here in baltimore. friends and family members are going to have that fundraiser for shawnese this sunday at the living well arts studio, that's at 2443 north charles street. the fundraiser runs from 7:00 at night until 10:00. >>> a consumer alert for you this morning, millions of direct tv subscribers are now waking up to discover they have no -- they
, an accident. reisterstown road all the way down to the west side. mcdonough road and pikesville road, we have accident piping of. this is the pace of things with a slow ride to white marsh. that switch over to a live view of traffic on the north side. delays on the outer loop, harford 2 dulaney valley. >> we had a friend come through last night. -- front come through last night. dew points are in the mid-to- upper 50's. this edition way down to the south -- precipitation down to the south. that is our forecast for the rest of the day. temperatures between 84 and 89. friday, into the 90's. lingering showers on saturday. >>> we are back now, 8:00 wednesday morning, 25th day of july, 2012. as you look at the olympic rings hanging from the tower bridge over the thames. countdown under way. for me, more importantly, the team is here. we've got savannah guthrie here, natalie morales here, meredith vieira was here yesterday. great to have you back here. and mr. roker is over on tower bridge just behind us. al, how does it look from there? >> a spectacular view of the tower bridge and of the thames.
including tom donilon, mcdonough his deputy. and counter terrorism officials john brennan and audry thomason. director of national intelligence james clapper. william daley, former white house chief of staff. smith sent the letter after they were urged on in a hearing wednesday. >> we have our own investigative capacity. so why don't, why don't we inquire ourselves? we also have the regular power of subpoena. >> conyer suggested he would provide his own list of names but today he went the opposite direction. expressing concern in a letter to mr. smith that republicans were making unfounded assertions about who might have leaked. conyers' turn-around came after nancy pelosi argued that congress should defer to investigation ordered by eric holder one run by the f.b.i. and directed by two u.s. attorneys. >> i believe right now the administration has put in place a look at how these things occurred. >> she acknowledged that congress has right to investigation since she launched in while in the majority but said the administration own investigation should come first. >> bret: jim, isn't it odd t
to obama on foreign policy, been there in many cases since the 2008 campaign. people, there's dennis mcdonough who is an enforcer for the administration making sure obama gets what he wants or the ideas guy, the words guy is a guy named ben with rhodes or samantha power or susan rice, the u.n. ambassador. there are people who are less known than clintons and panetta. >> james i have to stop you for one second. the penn state conference is starting and we're going penn state. >> good afternoon ladies and gentlemen and thank you for joining us today. my name is ken fraser. i chaired the special investigations task force. if there's one thing, one thing that should be abundantly clear it is that all responsible and caring adults have a fundamental responsibility to safeguard the children in their communities. this morning we received a report from judge lewis freeh. and we would like to thank judge freeh for his diligence in uncovering the facts over the past eight months and for issuing such a comprehensive and thorough report today. without question, the process that we just underwent with judg
mcdonough is evaauation saa independeen - knew it wouldd't be a great feeling"while many murders go unsolvvd...police don't beliive that will be the ase anderson's suspected killer. a man buying ssacks right bbfore &pkilling:"maybe, any detectives""nderson standssin p front of the home he shared with his brother. prother."it's crazy ouu hhre, it's ccazy out here"you ooly front, tt understand his pain. forrthe anderson famill...if you ecoonize this man, you're stoppers.there is a two -thoos arrest and convictton.janice park...foo45 news at en. a 12-year--ld boy in old girl. it haapened at a - home in fort washhngton tuesday night.the boy's father called 9-1-1... after finding the toddler unresponsive. police say the littll girl was 12-year-old's family.nnither e of tte parents wereehooe when the beating occurred. investigators had enough evidence to charggethe 12- year-old after interviewing were shocked to hearrthh news.. hall says: "i was a kid. i've known him 12 year, since he was a baby...it's tragic." //butt to////arker: through the course of the inveetigation, detectives l
for questioning. including national security advisor tom donilin his deputy thomas mcdonough and john brennan among others. as for white house officials they are telling fox today that the white house will respond to smith's letter the white house counsel. they will will not be responding via at media, jon. >> jon: what are the democrats saying. >> in this letter obtained by fox news, congressman john conyers the senior democrat on smith's committee tried to walk back his challenge to republicans to identify the source of the leaks, quote: i would ask that you not look to my office to provide credibility as to what otherwise appears toen an unspecific, unwarranted and open-ended investigation. told reporters justice department doesn't need any help on the investigation. >> leaks are not good for our security. loose lips sink ships, i think it's equally dangerous to try to politicize the intelligence issue and i think that the approach the administration is taking is aappropriate. >> by assigning two u.s. attorneys whose boss is the attorney general many republicans argue the administration i
, chairman mullen, the vice chairman, tom donilon, denis mcdonough, and john brennan and others really did a fine job of digging down to find out the facts, to make their recommendations based on the facts, and, of course, the president gave me ample time to prepare once the concept was approved. but at the end of the day, make no mistake about it, it was the president of the united states that shouldered the the burden for this operation, that made the hard decisions, that was instrumental in the planning process, because i pitched every plan to him. so any indication that bill mccraven, you know, ordered this raid, led this raid was, you know, the key piece of this raid, is just patently false. >> but you're a navy s.e.a.l.. >> yes. >> and these men who went in there, navy s.e.a.l.s, they were taking orders from you directly. >> they were. >> you were speaking to all of them, you knew each one of them personally. here's just a technical question. did you rehearse it in advance? >> i'm not going to talk about the tactical details, but, obviously, we're not going to do a mission like that
are in the state legally and illegally. patrick mcdonough said, for the mayor to want to increase the population of baltimore city is an admirable thing. but by going after people who don't have a lawful presence, and awful the accompanying cultural and criminal issues associated with that policy, you are counterproductive. you're going to discourage people who live in the city from continuing to be there. what do you say to that criticism? >> i think it's misguided. i think to assume that people who may be undocumented have some kind of criminal past, i think it's wrong. it's certainly prejudiced. baltimore is open. it's welcoming. we have a history in our country of being built on immigrants. and it's a history that i hope to return to. in baltimore. you know, luckily, the delegate doesn't have any authority in baltimore city, because we don't share the same views. >> so you are fine with your proposal giving breathing space to people who are in the country illegally? you want families legal or illegal to come to your town? >> it's more than breathing space. people need to know that when they
, accident coming in. there is one being cleared at patapsco ave and lorraine ave. a westowne road, mcdonough road, and otherwise, doing quite well with 12 minutes on the outer loop northeast side. it minute travel time on the inner loop. here's a quick live look at traffic, and an update showing a bit of a southbound delay at 175. live view of traffic in harford, we're looking at an out of the late fall into place. >> a bit of cloud cover to start the day and even a few sprinkles, but most areas, just fine. 72 degrees in a rising sun. we have a little bit of precipitation out there free showers coming out of the mountains. pretty impressive out to our west. area is very dry around baltimore. as the rain comes out of the mountains, it is having a difficult time. bill be surprised to see a little light rain shower drift your neighborhood. we could see some rain, bu -- could use some drought-busting rain, but i doubt that is going to happen today. with the dew points in the low 60s, it will feel comfortable. seven-day forecast going into the weekend, 30% chance of the shower or thunderstorm on
on reenspring avenue near his owiigs mills home.cosgarea was an incoming senior at the mcdonough schhol... where his teachers called hii a erikkposegay, swim coach: "you can't replace an alec cosgarea...because of all the &ppositive qualities that he brought. he was ore than just the times. we're gonna miss his enthusiasm day in and day o" out."cosgarra's fuueral will be held this saturday morning at 10 o'clock... at the &pcathedral of mary our queen o north charles street. baltimore's mayor took some heat wednesday... over her chief raise... at the same time she is shutting down three city fire companies.. commanies..the city's board of perrent raise for fire chieff james clackkwednesday.the mayor defended the pay hike... citing a decrease n fire &pdeaths under clacks leadershi. but union leaders took aim at tte timing of the rrise... arguing it was ill-timed... given the recent fire houue closings... and they're asking clack to give it ack. 20:41:07 (sot with mike campbell)"this truly is kick in the stomach of each of my memmbrs, and will not be soonn forgotten. chief cllck shoold show
, but it is very impressive. i saw john mcdonough in a meeting like this a few months ago go through the whole enrollment process while the clock was running for a hypothetical person and, hopefully, that's the way it's going to work a lot of the time. >> and i guess a takeaway, too, from massachusetts is their coordination early on with mass health, medicaid and children's health insurance program, so there was a great deal of interaction, coordination with that in terms of how to enroll people based on the experience of mass health in that state. >> one thing, by the way, that i haven't heard too much about recently, but starting in september health plans are going to start -- and employers -- are going to start issuing the summary of benefits and coverage that hhs issued a rule on earlier this year based on work that the neic did. and i think that's going to lay some very important groundwork for the exchanges because for the first time anybody who applies or enrolls in, is shopping for an insurancplan will be able to get a four-page -- although they interpreted that to mean double-sided --
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a filibuster. elizabeth mcdonough, the senate employee, the parliamentarian -- >> she's probably very happy we're throwing her name out. >> stand by for a moment. bill burton made a rather controversial comment today. we'll tell you what it is, what he said, if he still stands by it. stand by. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] you've been years in the making. and there are many years ahead. join the millions of members who've chosen an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. go long. delivering mail, medicine and packages. yet the house is considering a bill to close thousands of offices, slash service and layoff over 100,000 workers. the postal service is recording financial losses, but not for reasons you might think. the problem ? a burden no other agency or company bears. a 2006 law that drains $5 billion a year from post office revenue while the postal service is forced to overpay billions more into federal accounts. house bill 2309 is not the answer. fiber one. uh, forgot jack's cereal. [ jack ] what's for breakfast? um... try the number one! [ jac
mcdonough the national security advisor. tom donilin the national security advisor and john brennan. the counter terrorism advisor to the president. this is no small issue as admirable craven pointed out. this has already cost foreclosure nationals. we talked about that right here with you guys. what's more important is everything is flip flopped. we have issues which should be given to the american public regarding real threats suppressed and things like this. it's almost like these guys are drug dealers and if you got the right amount, you know, right access, if you are a hollywood producer or if you are a member of the press who will be writing a favorable story they give you a road map and go talk to folks. people like me don't talk to the press. when he was a operative i wouldn't talk to you y'all. these guys have been opening the door for folks like me to talk to the media to give the stories out. that is clearly jeopardizing national security. >> and you mentioned dianne feinstein the senator, of course, appeared to have acknowledged that these leaks came from the white house
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